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siriusjim siriusjim is offline
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Default What type of anti-seize compound should be used to lubricate the slip joints?

Any high temperature anti-seize that is capable of working to at least 1600
degrees F. This kind of anti-seize is available in all auto parts stores.

Loctite makes a commonly available product called C-5A, which is copper based good to 1600F. Power Flow sells/supplies tubes of an anti-seize product by SAF-T-EZE that is nickel based and good to 2600F (overkill, but safe).

Do not use spark plug anti-seize or any carbon based anti-seize.
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